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in an open dialogue with the press. only if barack obama and hillary clinton would give us 111 seconds of that would we find out some things we would want to find out about obamacare and benghazi and the irs. >> that is what people say in front of the tv cameras. the word behind-the-scenes? >> it is fascinating to me. watching cable tv and reading papers, it is fascinating how much caveat in there is. in private conversations, and this is the dirty little secret. i have not had a private conversation with any elected official since this became a big deal in which they can -- they said to me how dare you. everyone of them says, it would not surprise me. he better hope he was not involved and if he was, he better hope it does not come up. >> still skepticism a leader just would not have known. collect the skepticism comes not from his performance. skepticism about the chronology. certain ailments of the chronology make people wonder, how could that be. how could this small group of relatively junior people take it upon themselves to do such a thing without telling the boss? people know c
lewinski scandal came out of something else entirely for president clinton. these investigations take on a life of their own. there's the question mark danger for chris christie as well as the danger of some proof coming out that he did not tell the truth or was not forthcoming in that news conference we saw last week. >> i just find myself agreeing with rudy giuliani over the weekend. i don't think the governor would have said what he said at that dramatic two-hour news conference unless he was absolutely certain. but you're right. there is downside risks here there. are loopholes. i appreciate it. eamon, thank you so much. >>> there is no way to spin this. the obamacare demographic numbers released by the administration late today are just ugly. only 24% of the enrollees are ages 18 to 34. that could mean insurance company bailouts may be necessary. even the "new york times" and the a.p. and reuters are playing this report negatively. we will take a closer look at a possible obamacare death spiral next up on "the kudlow report." so i c an reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branc
lays out the possible outcomes of the administrations deal with iran. and hillary clinton's hit list exposed in the "a-team" in the list of prominent democrats. >> that is the largest decline in two months. we are coming right back and as i said, please stay with us. >> john kerry has a deal on iran. set to lift sanctions and senators from both parties say tougher not easier sanctions are needed. we are joined by colonel ralph peters on the unintended consequences. coming up next. for. >> vice president biden spoke about this memorial service. >> he was a prime minister who is a complex man. he engendered strong opinions from everyone. lou: he died on saturday at the age of 85 years old. he was in a coma for eight years. secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart in paris tonight trying to develop a plan for syrian peace talks that is scheduled next week in switzerland. but to say that they have reached an agreement to broker a cease-fire and some of the most embattled areas but they can't agree on inviting a rant to those of those talks. in the former defense secretar
clinton in a hypothetical matchup. he was ahead by two points, according to a cnn poll. all that could change now. of course, the past few days is likely his opponents in the race have demurred about the scandal. that's smart. here is marco rubio just yesterday. >> we don't know all the facts. i think this is a story that is still developing. and we should reserve judgment. >> that's smart. and senator rand paul cracked a joke when asked about it last week. >> i don't know who e-mailed who and who works for whom. i have been in traffic before that. i know how angry i am when i'm in traffic. and i'm always wondering who did this to me. >> you like the way they both put the knife? the one guy said this story is still developing. it's getting ripe. the other said i get mad when i'm in traffic. despite the political damage done to christie so far. chris cillizza still ranked him as number one in the republican field for the most likely to win this thing, with the best shot of capturing the 2016 nomination. according to cillizza. he is smart. here is a quote here. a sign of both the conside
things might happen. the point was it's way too early to say that hillary clinton is the frontrunner, chris christie is a frontrunner. if you look at history and how fast things are changing now, i really think there is a very good chance that we're going to have a candidate emerge in one or both of the party that's really going to shake things up that might win it that's right now is not on the radar. could be a sports figure, business figure. could be entertainment figure which is how trump came up. >> very few stranger things actually have happened. i think the point that robin is making is actually correct. you could have a republican like john kasich who is kind of mentioned occasionally the governor of ohio jump out because, as you mentioned in your piece, at this time in the 2008 cycle, barack obama was nowhere. he was not on the list of pollsters were asking people did. things did change. >> governor kasich would be predictable. use 20d be chairman of the budget committee. governor of a big state and an important state. but, i mean, could it be someone like you even mentioned
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hillary clinton say it was an act of terrorism. what do you say? >> we're still doing an investigation. >> he's in the president's cabinet. the american people deserve the truth. >> leon panetta should have spoken up to the president directly. the people at the pentagon, and thankfully the people at the cia, stood back while all of this was unfolding, and allowed this narrative to go on longer than they should have. >> the commander of of rucom's joint spesk task force testified no one from the military was ever advising this was a demonstration gone out of control. tomorrow will reveal more from the benghazi transcripts including evidence on whether the white house willfully misled the american people on how well prepared president obama was on september 10th of 2012. >> you reached out to leon panetta and the white house. >> that's right. we sent an e-mail to panetta's former chief of staff, no response, and at the white house press briefing today, press secretary jay carney who knew i was there and why i was there, declined to call on me for a question. >> going back tomorrow? >> i
haven't been hearing a lot from the clinton camp about this, both the contrast with president bill clinton and with secretary clinton's handling of benghazi. >> he stood there for 111 minutes in an open dialogue with the press. now only if barack obama and hillary clinton would give us 111 seconds of that would we find out some things we want to find out about obamacare, benghazi, the irs. >> oh, excuse me, chairman priebus. christie bridgegate is really about obamacare, benghazi, and the irs? in fact, some republicans think the president should take a page out of the christie playbook. >> his handling of this, being straight forward, taking action, saying i'm responsible, firing the people, probably gives him some street cred with tea party republicans who say that's what we want in a lead. >> how about that? this whole mess has been a model of leadership. it just me, or have the republican contortions gotten a little extreme? i mean, what will they come up with next to defend christie? >> in this sort of feminized atmosphere in which we exist today, guys who are masculine and mus
a certain way for national office become inadequate. that's what happened with bill clinton's arkansas operation in 1981. you have to grow. these politicians all have demons to slay. politicians seem to have more of them and they have to slay them sort of in public in a way that most of us are spared. the question for chris christie is can he use this to say i need to be a larger kind of person than new jersey politics has called for to date. >> i think canceling meetings is not the biggest deal in the world. anyone who has covered politicians know they do this. >> hilarious, right, one day they're all on, the next day, they all cancel at the same time, right? >> politics is transactional. in new jersey, it's more transactional than other places. he presented himself to the national audience as someone who did things differently in new jersey, you know, he came in and said i know what you thought about new jersey politics but we're going to clean house, we're going to make it different under my regime. what's happening now is a lot of these stories as they come out, the accumulation ma
something wrong and it's president obama's fault and hillary clinton. you know how it is. they believe too much attention is being focused on bridge gate. i don't think so. this is their cheap way of trying to turn the conversation. how many congressional hearings do we have to have on fast and furious or irs or benghazi? our next question -- where is darrell isa on bridge gate? not to be found. he had an agenda to take down this president. bridge gate doesn't fall in that category. people like them and other members of congress, they're not coming out to support chris christie. does it warrant a federal investigation? real close. real close. isa, what's your phone number? stick around. rapid response is next. >>> the dow slides 179 points as investors fret about the upcoming earnings season. nasdaq sheds 61 points. the seller of yoga cut its fourth quarter forecast due to weak sales. that's it from cnbc. ll retire w, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his
was that hillary clinton would make a good president. that was lost in this. number one, he got along with her very well. biden spent 35 years in the congress, which has always had an adversarial relationship with the military. gates took congress on in uncertain terms and he was right. remember when he said he had the dream, he would like to say, screw it, i'm not going to take it from you guys anymore, i'm out of here. i only wish he had done it. >> it's the job of the cabinet secretary to take the over sight of the congress. i want to ask eric a question based on something you said friday, which was a question of the timing of the book and why did he say stow long as secretary of defense if he had these problems. in the interview on npr this morning, he said, basically, he became so caught up emotionally with the troops and that every night, every single evening for four and a half years, he would write these letters to the families of the fallen, and he said he didn't tell anybody about it. that he kept it very private, and there wasn't a single evening in four and a half years where he did not
in politics, the woman pundits love to put up against christie, hillary clinton. a new book claims she kept a list of people she considered benedict arnold's in 2008. ones from her own party. who was on that list? the pop culture lead. "wolf of wall street," "12 years a slave," a huge haul at the globes for quote/unquote true stories. how closely do movies like these play with the truth? >>> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." we begin with a cnn exclusive. the traffic metaphors come all too easily in midst of the bridge scandal. while many are still rubber necking at the political wreck his close aides apparently created through a petty vendetta, christie's problems are turning into a pileup. okay, enough traffic metaphors. as cnn reported first, the republican is now under a federal investigation into whether he misused hurricane sandy relief funds. specifically on an ad campaign to attract tourists back to the sandy ravaged jersey shore which happened to feature christie, his wife, their kids, while he sought re-election. the timing of this could not be worst for christie. d
is not dead. unless they get him that he ordered this, it's a mistake. we saw bill clinton come back from what nobody believed he could come back from. we have seen this time and time again. >> you feel if it doesn't involve him -- higher ups but not him, then he's okay. >> then he will eventually, months from now, who will remember? it will be, yes -- it's not going to be a big campaign issue, but the democrats are trying to take him out now, and you would think that republicans would understand, they might take a -- might learn a lesson from this, but they don't ever seem to. >> very well put. in the meantime, at least the governor can commiserate with the president because both are experiencing serious second-term blues. jamie says the president is about not making history this term. for the governor, maybe becoming history this term. jamie, we should stress here that as pat said, don't want to get ahead of yourself here but there is such a thing as the time you seize lightning in a bottle, and this president and this governor have that much in common. that lightning is going quickly. how b
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for president clinton, none before that in history. that's seven, mr. president. only seven nonjudicial president nominees in the history of the senate had ever been denied their seats by a filibuster. now, maybe it would take awhile but that's so we can questions. and the day before the rules were changed, i looked at the executive calendar, this calendar that we have on our desk. it has every single nomination that can be brought to the floor. if i have my numbers about right, there were not many people on there. most of them -- half of them had been held up by the senator from south carolina, who is trying to get some answers on benghazi. that's happened many times in this body. senators want an answer, they do that to make the executive tell them what's going on. there were only eight, i belie believe, nominees who had been on there more than nine weeks and only 12 others who had been on more than three weeks. so there weren't very many people on the executive calendar there. and we had changed the rules to make it easier to confirm them anyway. there were 13 district judges so the
're going city this with the clintons unless they say that hillary clinton is not running for president, people are going to come after her, too. >> they're coming after her now. talking -- the cover of politico is hillary's hit list and goes back to when she was rung against barack obama, saying anybody who crossed her and went with barack obama instead is never going to be forgotten. >> the -- >> including john kerri. >> the old saying ex-keep your friends explosion your enemies closer. when you have a political network as huge as the clintons, seems like an efficient way to keep people in line. people are coming to them asking for little help here and there and they want a quick way to find out if they should offer that help. i'm not surprised and imagine other big-name politicians have something similar. >> something that is not surprising but i didn't think of above. chris christie religious number -- chris christie are nuns are dropping but not among establishment based republicans. they didn't like him that much. he was moderate, shook barack obama's hands but his numbers among r
say it is unsurvivable, you look, as bill clinton but you build into that, asked the guy elected president with reverend wright and admitted cocaine user and ask the guy elected president who having hidden the fact he had a dwi with his teenage sister in the car and ask the guy, bill clinton if you want to give me the rest of the hour to do that catalog but ask the guy who got through the democratic nomination process and the general election in 1992, it is, it all depends on how you handle it. >> rose: or how good you are. i said a few weeks ago on television that bill -- there is something about kiss christi that was magical, just like there was something magical about barack obama and george bush and bill clinton and i get beat on the head and shoulders on twitter about that but it is a fact. there are certain politician whose are bigger than life, magical figures and almost no one in our politics today who could have performed like he did for two hours yesterday, fluid, articulate, humorous, all things that will help him survive this if he does. >> rose: and the second, and t
on hillary clinton. there's a ton to talk about this monday. we have ari melber for the entire hour. dana, let's start with chris christie. state of the state address is tomorrow. some democratic mayors in the state say they aren't surprised that the christie team ordered bridge lane closures out of retaliation because they felt similar backlash for refusing to support the governator. take a listen. >> in the context that we're in right now, you can always look back and say, okay, it was retribution. i think probably all mayors are reflecting right now and thinking about it. you know, i really hope that that's not the case. >> it keeps piling on for christie. big wig split on the support of 2016 presidential hopeful. the department of housing and urban development is auditing the use of sandy aid for a tourism campaign featuring who else? chris christie. i want to focus on the idea of motive. there's a lot of interesting theories floating around this building. let me break out two of them for you. the rachel maddow theory this is about punishing state senate leader around judicial nominee
. hillary clinton reportedly has her own list as well. big names like john kerry, the late ted kennedy, this was supposedly created after her 2008 presidential campaign. it actually rated people from helpful to treacherous. we'll run through some of the names, you may be surprised exactly where some of her fellow democrats landed on said list. that's next. across america people are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza®. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza®. he said victoza® is different than pills. victoza® is proven to lower blood sugar and a1c. it's taken once-a-day, any time, and comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza® is not for weight loss, but it may help you lose some weight. victoza® is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be used in people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis
-term unemployed folks, when it was allowed -- allowed to expire in april of 1994 under president clinton. and if my math serves me correctly, about 22 points lower in june of 1985 under president reagan when unemployment benefits were allowed to expire. so we're in a very different situation than we have been in the past. it's an urgent situation, progress has been made. we still have a long way to go. that's why it's necessary for us to do everything possible to help out those americans in need and not leave them on the battlefield simply to fend for themselves. i yield back my time to my good friend, steven horsford. mr. horsford: i appreciate very much the gentleman from new york, the co-anchor and the chronology and the facts that you have laid out to make the case that unfortunately, it's not just the unemployment insurance benefits that have been under attack by the house republicans to re-authorize or to extend, it's been other bridges that have helped the middle class or those who are aspiring to be part of the middle class in just the last year that this congress has failed to a
's got a lot to offer. i think he's the most able politician since bill clinton. on the other hand, you look at these other qualities and ask, do you really want that in your president? >> i have that quote too. >> that's a devastating quote coming from where it comes from. and you have to ask yourself, was that a slip of the tongue? was it an honest assessment? tom is an honest man. or was there a little bit of payback in that as well because christie just came through a fight where he lost regarding tom kane jr., who is the senate minority leader in trenton. christie was part of a coup attempt that failed. in fact, christie's had a tough time since his re-election. he had none of these kinds of difficulties in the first term. here he's lost on the tom kane fight, and now he's got this enormous crisis on his hands. >> and now he's got yet another investigation today with these tourism funds. thanks so much, michael, for being here. >> my pleasure. >> and governor chris christie may be getting ready for his first public event since his news conference last week. the new jersey governor
. what the airline is saying about the big mistake. >>> also, hillary clinton's so-called hit list. politico reporting that clinton's presidential campaign kept tabs so friends could be rewarded and enemies punished. it's just one of the things we thought you should know. >>> it's time for "your business" entrepreneur of the week. jim and his daughter megan grow top grade fruits and vegetables on their california family farm but getting national name brand recognition was tough. they broke through when they put everything under the brand getting produce into whole foods. for more, watch "your business" sunday mornings at 7:30 on msnbc. if i can impart one lesson to a new business owner, it would be one thing i've learned is my philosophy is real simple american express open forum is an on-line community, that helps our members connect and share ideas to make smart business decisions. if you mess up, fess up. be your partners best partner. we built it for our members, but it's open for everyone. there's not one way to do something. no details too small. american express open forum.
. and whether hillary clinton would make a good president. >> actually, i think she would. >> reporter: as for biden -- >> well, i suppose to be even-handed, i would have to say i suppose he would. >> reporter: now as for the prospect of returning to government service, robert gates is saying thanks, but no thanks. that's why he was so candid, he says, in his memoir. at the same time, we should point out, gates is scheduled to return to the pentagon later this week. that is to sign some of his books. wolf? >> when he says to be even-handed, he thinks biden would be a good president as well. this after writing in the book that the vice president of the united states was basically wrong on virtually every foreign policy and national security decision, major decision, over the past -- not just of the past few years, but over four decades since he was a junior senator from the state of delaware. why does he think he would be a good president if he has been wrong on almost every single national security issue of the day? >> reporter: it's a very good question to ask, wolf. and, you know, it
to it which is a very refreshing. since then the about the clintons with this as acts as a helpless. what about the sushi that looks like just a place with a piece of fish on top. what's that all that is called the eerie calm i'd say that enough. so here is our second only to kick the person who suffers. you laid across. molded into bed sheet. we all know what you don't purport sales associate and eva is that the way it looks so is the extravagant living in us a lot of fun and they can. and that is the new any other shades or visitation styles that we should know about seizing on behalf of their stuff. see when we meet in assessing its three pieces one. fun things to do here so take it. to me the states to pull things out of the concern with this title. a song like they are i was. rainfall and so it's to be a lot of fun. so you're actually going on and on to making it in presenting its almost like you wanna make art you make it so people still when he did a mix between now and that's the kind of how i avoided it for fifteen from the suspect was the main and only ways that have entered act
, and having worked in the clinton white house, i always have to to promise not to make what it depends the meaning jokes. [laughter] you get into justification number two, the u.s. constitution says that the president may use force without asking congress first to defend against imminent threats. so it depends what your definition of imminent is. and there's a fabulous section in this leaked memo which talks about imminent not really meaning imminent as i understand it, which is imminently peter is going to tell me to stop talking and let someone else speak, but, well, if we get to the point where it is imminent and we didn't do something about it when we could have, then the moment counts as imminent. now, that's an interesting definition of imminent. and i'm not a lawyer, but at what level do we, the american people, or at least our elected representatives need to understand that? justification number three is international humanitarian law says states may use force in self-defense, but what constitutes self- defense? if isis in iraq is threatening the iraqi state and iraq is partner
hillary clinton vacated her post. she was elected on her own in 2010 for a six-year term. worked on all kinds of issues. i read her bio, looked at her website, and there are so many there that i cannot begin to list them all. i think she is best known for her advocacy of ending sexual must -- ending sexual assault in the military. harry reid, very uncharacteristically, once referred to her as the hottest member of the democratic caucus. i cannot imagine senator reid saying that the evidently he did. young mother of two children and only 20 women in the senate, she has been specially focused on the needs of women and families. she believes the women's movement has stalled out and wants to see at least half of all senate seats and half of all governorships be women in the future. if i want to endorse that goal and add to one that i am sure , a woman agree with president of the united states. it is with great pleasure we welcome you to brookings and i am sure i speak for all of us when i say we are looking forward to your remarks. [applause] >> thank you for your leadership and for hosting
, hillary clinton, now being mentioned in the same breath. usually mentioned in the same breath often times with benghazi. this is a story about hillary clinton's presidential campaign that kept a spreadsheet of members of congress who were their friends and those who were enemies, according to politico, almost six years later, most clinton aides can rattle off names and favors done for them, then provide details on how each of the guilty had gone on to betray the clintons as if it all happened just a few hours before. should we be at all surprised that the clintons are tough politicians? >> i think it's kind of peeling back the onion a little bit in terms of how politics in washington actually works. there is kind of retribution when people, especially members of congress or high level politicians, feel slight whether or not someone has endorsed them or not. what's going to be interesting, is at the end of the time when that list was being -- put together, now it has a second life where she -- it is very likely she is going to run. you see politicians like senator claire mccaskill on the d
stories we'll see here first. jon: speculation mounts on another clinton run for the white house in 2016, a new book suggest that is at power couple kept a list of high-profile "friends and enemies." so who is on which ledgeer? >>> plus, convicted murderer jody arias back in court after denying a direct order from the judge. >>> and can caffeine make you sharper? drink the coffee. our doctor is in to filter through all the facts. it is all "happening now." jenna: hello, everybody. i hope you had your coffee this morning or your tea or whatever else, right, jon? jon: beneficial effects. >> get you started on the week. great to see you. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. welcome to this hour of "happening now." we begin with more problems for obamacare this time with the spanish language version of the website. the site launched more than two months late. a new report says the spanish translation is often wrong with grammatical errors. the government is replacing those in charge of the main site, cgi. the site is contracted to accenture. we have john mccome mick, from "the weekly s
, political hit list, a new book reveals aides from hillary clinton's 2008 presidential campaign keep a detailed list of democrats who they felt had betrayed the campaign. the response from one of those democrats targeted just ahead. [announcer] a healthy dog is a playful dog. give him the calorie-smart nutrition of beneful healthy weight. with wholesome rice,real chicken,soy, and accents of vitamin rich veggies... plus a taste he loves. beneful healthy weight...from purina. ♪ ♪ if i was a flower growing wild and free ♪ ♪ all i'd want is you to be my sweet honeybee ♪ ♪ and if was a tree growing tall and green ♪ ♪ all i'd want is you to shade me and be my leaves ♪ grown in america. picked & packed at the peak of ripeness. the same essential nutrients as fresh. del monte. bursting with life™. i took medicine but i still have symptoms. [ sneeze ] [ male announcer ] truth is not all flu products treat all your symptoms. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus severe cold and flu speeds relief to these eight symptoms. [ breath of relief ] thanks. [ male announcer ] y
landslide counties added given either bush or clinton at least 60%. in 2012, that number was a majority for the first time. and independent of redistricting in the last election, 76% of democratic leaning congressional seats, this is the nerdy coming out in the, 76% of democratic leaning congressional seats come or democratic. 60% of republican leaning seats got even more republicans, independent of redistricting. i used to be a big believer that redistricting reform was the into. us to believe it's part of the answer. but i think a majority of the polarization comes from -- redistricting has compounded that affect by continuing to eliminate seats were voices in the middle really can prevail or have an incentive to vote in a certain way in congress. third of all, i think we need to talk about the decline in split ticket voting that we are seeing across the country. because it used to be that is yet a member of congress or a candidate who had a background that was totally flawed, they would usually run underneath the top of their ticket to a pretty sizable exton. what did we see in 2012?
clinton and secretary of state hillary clinton. of hillarycochair clinton's 2008 presidential race. he is also the former chair of the democratic national committee. the summer -- ceremony is just under an hour. >> fema -- the honorable mark r herring and family. [applause] >> the gentleman from colonial heights, mr. cox. >> mr. president, i have the honor to present the lieutenant governor elect, the honorable ralph northam. [cheers and applause] >> the gentleman from colonial heights, mr. cox. >> mr. president, on behalf of the inaugural committee, i have the honor to present the governor elect, the honorable terence r. mcauliffe and family. [cheers and applause] >> the joint assembly will come to order. "god bless america" will now be performed by the virginia state university gospel chorale under the direction of mr. james holden, jr. and under the choreographry of mr. perry a. evans ii. ♪ >> ♪ while the storm clouds gather far across the sea while the storm clouds gather far across the sea let us swear allegiance to a land that's free let us all be grateful for a land so fair
and even former secretary of state hillary clinton. the book is called "duty: memoirs of a secretary at war." good to see you as always. >> thank you. >> you surprised by the reaction? >> not really surprised. you know, in a way, disappointed that the book has sort of been hijacked by people along the political spectrum to serve their own purposes, taking quotes out of context. and it's sort of part of the political warfare in washington that i decry in the book. >> you say taken out of context. in reading the book, there are a lot of times where you level a very stark criticism at someone. and then a couple of sentences later, paragraphs later or pages later, you ease back on and say something. well, actually, i kind of agreed with that person. but you're a veteran. you served for eight presidents, actually, you've been in washington for a long time. you know it's the grenade you throw more than the pullback that's going to make the headlines. you had to know this would happen. >> well, i wasn't surprised by it. and the truth is, i think the book is very even handed. i don't vilify anybody
payback involving hillary clinton and chris christie. the top two 2016 prospects both getting an early preview of the scrutiny and spotlight a campaign would bring. just when you thought you knew everything about the clintons comes excerpts from a new book that says her '08 list kept a hit list of democrats that supported obama for president. and a day after republicans defended the tough-talking governor. >> he says he didn't know. i think it's pretty darn credible. he wouldn't make this blanket denial unless it's not true. >> i think that he can now move on, as long as another shoe doesn't drop. >> i want to bring in msnbc political analyst jonathan alter and erin carmon. good to see both of you, good morning. let's talk about this hit list they had this spreadsheet and not just listing sort of who was on it, but also how egregious they were. they were graded basically on their support of hillary and those who angered the clintons the most. all coming out, obviously, in support of barack obama. what do you make, jonathan, of this hit list? >> well, honestly, it's very, very interesti
in iraq. it would fall apart. saying these things, and secretary clinton said she really didn't mean it. that's not the type of stuff, that's beneath him, beneath the office, and most of his predecessors. melvin laird, he waited for 30 years after he left to write an about, you know, what went on. so iris van who resigned when president carter was going to try to rescue the hostages in iran never went out and criticized him. more than that, if he didn't like it, why did he stay? why didn't he speak up? what about his obligation to the men and women that he talks to movingly in the book if that's how he felt. i give you one example where he's dead wrong. obama when he announced that he was going to add roughly the 70,000 troops with the two that he did, he went to west point and said i'm going to be out in two years, and the military commanders, he asked him, do you support that? they all said yes. then he finds out general petraeus is telling the press, no he didn't, no. they should have spoken up then. again, i'm not sure what this accomplishes in terms of what he's trying to do other
. >> he doesn't plan on staying quiet even if it meeps 2016, whether hillary clinton would make a good president. >> as for biden, could be even-handed, i would have to say, i suppose he would. >> reporter: as for the prospect of returning to government service, robert gates says, thanks, but no thanks. he is not planning to do that. that is why he decided to be so candid in this book. he is candid. >> one of the most interesting things, i think, that he said, was that he became very emotionally involved with the troops and felt he could no longer dispassionately do his job. that's why he decided to get out of government. >> reporter: it's a fascinating read. a lot of people are talking about it. he also said that he could have waited until 2017, until president obama left office. he said that perhaps the lessons that should be learned might not be in the mainstream conversation if he had waited another few years. that is another reason why he decided to come out now. jim acosta reported live. the denver broncos advanced to the afc title game. brady versus manning. bring it on, andy sh
seriously what isa and his committee are doing. >> let's talk about the hilary clinton's enemies list. what is your take on it? >> just to ample about it is a track of which members of congress supported or endorsed her, which didn't, which were considered to have betrayed her. there is not a lot of hillary. it is mostly about her aids. which raises the question of whether christy did it or fostered a climate where it could occur. this isn't a pretty thing when you have well-known members of the senate and the list. >> we have pictures of people who ended up on the list. i am cynical, but this doesn't surprise me the staffers are keeping close tabs on who supported and who didn't. hillary thought all of the people why supported over the years would rally and they began to peal off and run to the other side that looked like they had a good chance. >> it is perfectly sensible if you are seeking congressional endorsement that you keep track of where they as you try to generate strategy. but after the fact if you are keeping a list still and bitter talk about who betrayed you, you have a questi
the attention was on, what he said about hillary clinton in meetings and what he thinks about joe biden. this is the new media environment. the book is not being consumed as a thoughtful way, the way he wanted it to, but instead, you said joe biden said this, and so -- >> well, he walked back the obama criticism. he walked back the hillary criticism. he did not walk back the biden criticism. >> he clearly has a problem with the vice president. >> this is -- this is -- he is standing by -- he cannot say that that quote was taken out of context. there's no part of that quote -- >> he was very clear. >> it was very interesting. all right. thank you, all. very quickly, let me go around the table. chris christie. how big of a blow is this? >> it's a serious blow. a, we don't know what more will come out, and we know more will come out. and, b, does it play into this larger question of this personality of his and his governing style and his -- >> how much of a distraction do you think he'll be ahead of the rga when he goes down and campaigns for other people? >> to some degree, it undercuts.
hillary clinton vacated her post. and then she was elected on her own in 2010, for a six-year term. she has worked on all kinds of issues. i read her bio, look at a website, and there's so many there that they couldn't begin to list them all. i think probably she's best known right now for her advocacy of ending sexual assault in the military. now, some people have referred to her as the next hillary clinton. and harry reid, very uncharacteristically i think of them, once referred to her as a hottest member of the democratic caucus. and i can't imagine senator reid saying that, but evidently he did. now, as the mother of two young children and one of only 20 women in the senate, she is especially focused on the needs of women and families. and she believes the women's movement has stalled out, and wants to see at least half of all senate seats than half of all governorships the women in the future. and i want to hardly endorse that goal and want to add to it one that i'm sure she would agree with, which is i would like to see a woman president of the united states before i die, and sena
the clinton administration focus more on roads towards the united states rather than to the danger of the of people. saddam hussein was a rogue lid because he pursued nuclear weaponry and had invaded kuwait. he was not a rogue because he gassed kurds and massacred shia. tony lake, clinton's national security advisor, sought to define the concept we've been together all the parallel definitions when he used the term backlash states, the concept was the same. their behavior is often aggressive and defiant, the ties between them are growing as they seek to quarantine themselves from a global trend to which they seem incapable of adopting, he wrote. they are ruled by cleats that control power through coercion, suppress basic human rights and promote radical ideologies. most important for the purpose of this diplomats, these nations exhibit a chronic inability to engage constructively with the outside world and they do not function effectively in alliances. even with those like-minded. in 1997, secretary of state madeleine albright argued that the with rogue states is one of the great c
they point "hillaryis book -- clinton staffers made a list of democratic members of congress, rating them from 1, most helpful, to 7, most treacherous. here are some of the 7s. john kerry, senator ted kennedy, senator jay rockefeller, claire mccaskill, e, the senator, congressman chris van hollen, illmer representative baron hl on the not so good list." politico -- the story is on politico and others are picking up this morning. we will talk about congress from a different angle -- this dealing with members and their staffs and where they're working, here or in the district. more are moving more towards district work. here's the headline from "national journal's "h hotline." we have mr. bland on the phone this morning. guest: good morning. host: what is the trend you are noticing? thet: well, basically, vital statistics on congress have been tracking district-based staff in the house and senate for a number of years now. it has been rising fairly consistently since 1972, when it first started tracking. then, fewer than one quarter of in the staffers were district. now it is 46%. not the h
clinton. >> do you think she'd make a good president? >> actually, i think she would. >> reporter: gates says his service as secretary of defense under orange w. bush and barack obama was the greatest privilege of his life. alison harmelin, cbs news, new york. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," another store attacked by cyber hackers and a recall by tyson foods. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, wendy. >> good morning, anne-marie. neiman marcus is the latest retailer to be hit by hackers. the upscale store said thieves stole card information during the holiday season. a spokeswoman wouldn't estimate the size of the breach but neiman marcus confirms the stolen cards were used for unought rised charges. >>> stocks in asia were up. hong kong's hang sang gained a quarter percent. the shanghai lost a percent. >>> here on wall street investors will be focused on earnings reporting coming out this week. intel, ge, and several big banks are due to report. the dow jones industrial average lost 32 last week, the nasdaq gained 42. >>> tyson foods is recall
if it includes weighing in on 2016 and whether hillary clinton would make a good president. >> actually, i suppose she would. >> and on biden? >> i have to say even handed i suppose he would. >> as for returning to politics, gates says no thank you. >> retail giant hacked, the personal information of millions compromised. now the ceo of target is speaking out but does he even have a clue of how it all happened? fiber that's taste-free, grit-free and dissolves completely. so you can feel free to add it to anything. and feel better about doing it. better it with benefiber. [prof. burke] at farmers,we believe what you don't know can hurt you. like what if you didn't know to get coverage for uninsured drivers? [robot] uh oh. [prof. burke] talk to farmers and get smarter about your insurance. ♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum, bum - bum - bum - bum♪ breaking overnight, dennis rodman coming home and speaking out again. the former nba star left beijing after spending nearly a week in north korea and said his visit to the rogue nation was misrepresented and misunderstood. what was the reaction?
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. adorable. >> apparently oprah winfrey is padmai. hillary clinton is a stormtrooper. and steve jobs is c330. >> are they selling it? >> i have no idea. >>> another cool video to show you. this is the hungarian rope-skipping team. i'm amazed such a thing exists. they're actually doing some pretty cool stuff as a team and doing multiple jump ropes at one time. this is such a serious thing. i mean, they have coaches. >> oh yeah. >> they do performances. yeah, check them out. >> i don't know if it's very manly to confess, but as a kid i loved to jump rope. the double dutch with two ropes going. people used to do it in catholic school gym. >> i think it's okay up until the age 12 -- >> then i'm okay. no i gave it up, actually. i got into the boxing cross thing and -- >> good workout. >> don't know if you're this coordinated. >> no. not that good. when i have an asthma attack... i feel like a fish with no water. learn how to prevent your child's next asthma attack. because even one attack is one too many. you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma. that's why your be
in an open dialogue with the press. now, only if barack obama and hillary clinton would give us 111 seconds of that, would we find out some things we want to find out but obamacare, benghazi, the irs. >> i thought he did an excellent job by the very lengthy press conference. i think he can move along as long as another shoe doesn't drop. >> i think he did some good by crafting with the normal routine wave handling these things but i think it's hard for democrats to turn this into an issue. the questions whether the facts will turn this into an issue. >> that is the question. mark halpern? >> he has the state of state address tomorrow. look. when you have a political scandal particularly when people are questioning your honesty and judgment, the best thing to do politically, not just as governor but if he wants to run for president is remind people they like you and that you stand for something. he has been a reformer in new jersey but i think this is a big week for him, for him personally and the speech is a big deal, but the investigation goes on. these people getting subpoenas now are goi
with the press. only if barack obama and hillary clinton would give us 111 seconds of that would we find out some things we want to find out some things about obamacare, benghazi, the irs. >> i thought he did an excellent job by the very lengthy press conference. i think that he can now move on as long as another shoe doesn't drop. >> i think he did himself some good. it is going to be hard for democrats to turn this into an issue. the question is whether the facts are going to turn this into an issue >>> former secretary of defense, robert gates, is standing by the timing of his candidates. sometimes deeply critical assessments of congress, president and vice president, waiting until 2017 to publish his new book just didn't make sense. in his writing, gates is critical of the president's passion, specially when it comes to the war. there is little question the president supports the troops, something was missing. >> it's one thing to tell the troops that you support them. it's another to work at making them believe that you believe as president that their sacrifice is worth it, that the cause is
it happened. >> does hillary clinton have a secret strategy to win the white house? how insiders say she is gearing up for a 2016 run. >> it is monday january 13th. a southwest airlines stunner. a plane lands at the wrong airport and nearly careens off of a cliff. how in the world does this happen? >> call it a smug fest embattled baseball scar alex rodriguez fighting back against an mlb suspensi suspension. >> a restaurant chain getting blasted for asking a disabled child to take off her sneakers. how the franchise is responding today after the fallout. fox and friends first starts right now. >> good morning. it is monday january 13th. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley aiearhardt. >> they are gathering to pay respects of ariel sharon. >> connor powell life at sharon's ranch in southern israel with what is planned today. connor? >> well, good morning guys. in southern israel where ariel sharon's ranch is, we are only about five miles from the border of gaza. there was no damage nobody was injured it is not even clear if the rockets landed inside isr
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